The Akshaya Patra Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation feeding millions of underserved children in India. We are committed to eradicating two most critical issues - hunger and malnutrition in India - by implementing the Mid-Day Meal Programme in government schools and government-aided schools. Carrying out the world’s largest feeding programme, Akshaya Patra aims to not only fight hunger with nutritious meals but also bring children to school.
In Assam – one of Northeast states in India, we have an ISO-certified centralised kitchen which reaches out to 47,249 children in 607 schools.
Our Kitchen in Assam
With hygiene and cleanliness as our utmost priority, we operate through two kitchen models: Centralised and Decentralised. In the state of Assam, the centralised kitchen began operation in the year 2010.
Guwahati: The centralised kitchen in Guwahati was established in February 2010. This kitchen currently feeds 47,249 school children in 607 government and government-aided schools.
Akshaya Patra’s first centralised tribal kitchen in Telangana to serve meals to 30,000 children
The kitchen will provide mid-day meals to over 30,000 Government school children